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Bloomer, Fiona (2013) Protests, Parades and Marches: activism and extending abortion legislation to Northern Ireland. In: Performing Feminisms in Contemporary Ireland. (Eds: Fitzpatrick, Lisa), Carysfort Press, Dublin, Ireland, pp. 1-276. ISBN 978-190405624 [Book section]

Bloomer, Fiona and Weinreich, Peter (2004) Cross Community Relations Projects and Interdependent Identities. In: Researching The Troubles: Social Science Perspectives on the Northern Ireland Conflict. (Eds: Hargie, Owen and Dickson, David), Mainstream, Edinburgh, pp. 507-523. ISBN 1840188413, 9781840188417 [Book section]

Journal article

Bloomer, Fiona and Fegan, Eileen (2014) Critiquing recent abortion law and policy in Northern Ireland. Critical Social Policy, 34 (1). pp. 109-120. [Journal article]

Bloomer, Fiona, Hamilton, Jennifer and Potter, Michael (2014) Challenges and barriers in primary school education: The experiences of Traveller children and young people in Northern Ireland. Education, Citizenship and Social Justice, 9 (1). pp. 3-18. [Journal article]

Bloomer, Fiona and O'Dowd, Kellie (2014) Restricted access to abortion in the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland: exploring abortion tourism and barriers to legal reform. Culture, Health & Sexuality, 16 (4). pp. 366-380. [Journal article]

Hamilton, Jennifer and Bloomer, Fiona (2012) The adequacy of Traveller education in Northern Ireland. Race, ethnicity and education, 15 (4). pp. 501-524. [Journal article]

Research report (external)

Hamilton, Jennifer, Bloomer, Fiona, Bell, John and Holohan, Jane (2007) Adequacy and Effectiveness of Educational Provision for Traveller Children and Young People in Northern Ireland. Northern Ireland Commissioner for Children and Young People, Equality Commission for Northern Ireland. 121 pp. [Research report (external)]

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